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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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More than a dozen docket entries have hit the appellate court's record in this case already within the last 10 minutes. (Second Circuit case number 18-2868.)
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Just an example from the table of contents of a single docket: A filing by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre from Jan. 2017.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Giuffre's attorney Sigrid McCawley slams Ghislaine Maxwell for conflating the allegations against her with Virginia Giuffre's contested allegations against Alan Dershowitz: "Call this the 'yes-I’m-a-sex-trafficker-but-she-was-not-trafficked-to-the-professor' defense."
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Uploading files to share right now. Among the trove of more than a dozen, there is the formerly-sealed 76-page ruling in the case Giuffre v. Maxwell, the case brought by one of Epstein's accusers interviewed in @JKJournalist's watershed series "Perversion of Justice."
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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From that ruling: "Giuffre also alleged she was 'forced' to have sex with Dershowitz, 'model scout' Jean Luc Brunel, and 'many other powerful men, inc. numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister..."
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Note: What's been released today isn't the entire tranche that the Second Circuit ordered unsealed last month. The majority of the unsealing will be performed by U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska on remand, but make no mistake, this is quite a flood today.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Here is the late U.S. District Judge Robert Sweet's previously sealed opinion from March 2017. He died earlier this year, and this ruling denied Ghislaine Maxwell's motion for summary judgment.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Now here's another document.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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This appears to be the email that Alan Dershowitz asserts exonerates him from the allegations. Mail on Sunday reporter apparently writing to Giuffre about Dershowitz: "We all suspect Alan is a pedo and tho no proof of that, you probably met him when he was hanging [o]ut w JE."
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Here is that document of exhibits where the back-and-forth between Giuffre and the reporter on Dershowitz continues. cc:
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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🚨This 2016 deposition shows Epstein's accuser Virginia Giuffre being grilled about statements that a Mail on Sunday reporter made about her alleged interactions with Trump and Clinton. Giuffre clarifies inaccuracies in those statements. Doc (p. 19 on):
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Though this isn't a new allegation, Epstein accuser Johanna Sjoberg's allegations against Prince Andrew are detailed in this brief. Giuffre alleges she was "lent out" to the prince too. See page 14.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Another exhibit: Passage from a deposition from Epstein's ex-house manager John Alessi, marked in this 883-page batch of exhibits as "filed under seal." May take awhile to upload a file of this size.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Jeffrey Epstein's deposition. "Fifth." "Fifth." "Fifth." "Fifth." It goes on like this for a few pages. Starting page 44 of this doc.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Giuffre's deposition starts on page 73, narrating her time working at Mar-a-Lago, recruitment by Maxwell, and new accusations against the politically and financially powerful.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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Passage from Giuffre's deposition on documentary evidence of powerful men to whom she says she was trafficked. Q: Where are your notes? A: I burned them.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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A former Palm Beach detective testified in his deposition that he found victims' names in trash pulls from Epstein's house.
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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"She was shaking uncontrollably." Gut-wrenching testimony by Rinaldo Rizzo, described by Giuffre's counsel as the house manager for one of Maxwell's close friends, Eva Dubin. Here, Rizzo describes a conversation with a 15-year-old Swedish girl. p. 237 on
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Adam Klasfeld Aug 9
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(Note: Mix-up with the screenshots in the above post. Click on the link and turn to the page for the full context.)
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